The CNN Daily Mash-up is a roundup of some of the most interesting, surprising, curious, poignant or significant items to appear on CNN.com in the past 24 hours. We'll top it with a collection of the day's most striking photographs. Your comments, as always, are welcome.
Our Pretty Cool Video of the Day comes from iReporter Robert Suntay, who shot some amazing footage of an octopus lugging its "mobile home" - a tin can - along the ocean floor.
"Octopi are very smart but shy critters," Suntay said. "That's why I had to be really patient just waiting for it to see me, get used to me, and then react by dragging its home around. After trying to move away form me a couple of times, at the end of the video, you can see that it finally decides to just enter its can and cover itself with a shell! Brilliant move!"
Readers had plenty to say about our story on an Australian magnate's plans to build another Titanic, this time built by a Chinese company. Indifferent07 said:
Perhaps they can skip forward a few steps to maintain the schedule and just complete fabrication on the ocean floor.
Another commenter was marginally more optimistic:
May I be the first to suggest that they include binoculars in the nest this time?
I'm a conservative guy. I want less government, own my own gun and to be independent. Sounds great, but when I tell you I'm gay it's a bit of a conundrum.
Tziporah Salamon is a woman who is comfortable in her own skin and even more comfortable in eye-catching clothes. She likes the fashion freedom her life experience gives her:
Women at a certain age become invisible, and by dressing this way I'm not invisible.
Hundreds of people arrived in a North Carolina park Saturday wearing stilettos and ready to run, CNN affiliate WBTV reports. They were out for the Second Annual Stiletto Sprint, a fundraiser for research at Charlotte's Levine Cancer Institute. Doctors wore wigs while teams of survivors and their supporters wore the heels. The event raised $80,000.
Kristin Chenoweth and Jim Parsons announce the 2012 Tony nominations Tuesday, live from The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center at Lincoln Center. The Tonys celebrate the best in live theater.